Rebecca Kelly-Golfman is a Brooklyn-based Racial Justice Facilitator, Theatre-Artist, and creator of Black Abundance BK, a platform celebrating Black life in Brooklyn. She also develops works of artistic activism with anti-gun violence organizers at Youth Organizing to Save Our Streets in Crown Heights. In addition to her freelance facilitation practice, she is an Adjunct Professor at Wagner College where she was awarded The Diversity and International Action Council Award for Diversity and Inclusion for her course Race, the Arts, and Activism. Prior to her return to New York City, Rebecca worked as civil rights attorney focused on dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline and voter discrimination as Associate Counsel with The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in Washington D.C. During her time in D.C. she was also Program Coordinator and Adjunct Professor at American University Washington College of Law with the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project where she prepared law students to teach constitutional law and appellate advocacy at the high school level, and was given the Catalyst for Change Award. She holds a Juris Doctorate from University of Connecticut School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance from Wagner College.